Drug Therapy as an Aspect of Ecological Genetics
Human beings have been subjected to many changes in their environment in the last century and most of these cannot be accurately defined and quantified. However, a fairly recent one which can be studied with some precision relates to the fact that about half the population now consumes some type of drug medication more or less regularly.
KeywordsIntraocular Pressure Plasma Cortisol Topical Corticosteroid Ocular Hypertension Ciliary Body
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